Now brewed in UK and you can tell the difference.
Now brewed in UK and you can tell the difference. Such a shame they did this.
Was pretty disappointed when I went instore to purchase, on the Tesco website it is described as “imported beer from Mexico” and it even shows this in the product pictures, yet the only coronas I could find instore were “brewed under license in the uk” and the packaging was not the same as the one shown on the website. Poor misinformation here, they should have really updated the website or not changed the product they are supplying!
Corona was always imported and was a refreshing be
Corona was always imported and was a refreshing beer. However, I brought 12 bottles last week and it tasted different! When I looked at the bottle it said, brewed and bottled under licence in the UK. Taste has gone and I would avoid at all costs. A great shame.
UK brewed imposter!
Very poor UK-brewed substitute for the Mexican thirst quencher. Corona has never been big on flavour but whatever flavour it used to have during its 'Hecho en Mexico' days has now well and truly vanished. Brewing beers under license should be outlawed. It's a total con trick and herein lies the proof. Avoid!
Great beer but watch out for Tesco substitute of rubbish locally produced version.
Waste of money
This is a rip off. This beer used to be brewed and bottled in Mexico. It is now brewed and bottled in the U.K. Completely different taste. I used to love Corona but now it is a different product. Don't waste your money.
Didn't go down well with the kids.
Me and my 4 toddlers aren't amused by the quality of this product. Tastes very chemically and the 2 year old said it left a bad aftertaste. 2/5, will not purchase again, moving on to some stronger stuff.
Corona, but not the virus...
This is a great beer! The price was reduced at the time of writing because of the Coronavirus outbreak. Some people mistakenly think the virus has something to do with the beer just because of the name. Corona means "crown" in Spanish, but it's a strange world and the similarity of the name is enough to tarnish the brand. The perception is hard to change, even though the company is working to rectify this, but it has nothing to do with the product quality. The product itself is of good quality, and the problem at this juncture remains with the familiar virus name that is constantly in the news. Your subconscious has learnt that Corona is bad, and unless you understand this, your first instinct is to avoid everything Corona.